06 June 2011

Deadbug as (space) industry acceptable building standard

Usually I do not publish links to other online resources, but this one is worth a mention for all solder smoke addicteds out there: NASA Workmanship Standards (Pictorial Reference) (click on "NASA" button at the page bottom).

In section 3.03, "deadbug" or "Manhattan style" building tecnique is analysed and therefore declared as acceptable by NASA!

But all other chapters of this pictorial reference show how things should be done and look in homebrew electronics (cabling, PCB soldering, ...), so the whole book is really worth a look.

However I could not find other similar publications from the same source with simple URL tricks. Too bad. Wait, there is a whole website dedicated to Workmanship Standards! Can anyone spot something useful in there?

No comments: